Two Alberta Red Angus win at Texas stock show

The 118-year-old show highlights improvements in breeding and production

Two Canadian Red Angus breeders walked away with the top prizes at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo in Fort Worth, Texas Feb. 2. 

Northline Angus of Ardrossan, Alta., owned by Hector Schneider and family, won grand champion female with Red Northline Plush 122Z, a summer heifer yearling. 

The female is co-owned with TNF Red Angus, also of Ardrossan. This heifer was reserve champion intermediate heifer at the National Western Stock Show in Denver in January. 

The grand champion bull was Red Lazy MC Trooper 21Y, bred by Clint Morasch and family of Lazy MC Angus at Bassano, Alta., and co-owned with Lakeview Ag and Livestock of American Falls, Idaho. 


This bull was senior champion at the Denver stock show. 

The Fort Worth show was the national show for the Red Angus Association of America.